After a great day on the beach, or an afternoon of shopping, why not go out for the perfecting end to your day.
Hilton Head may seem like a sleepy island, but at night it lights up with great night time bars and restaurants open well into the morning. Below are a few of our favorite late night hangouts, definitely worth checking out!
Casey’s Sports Bar and Grill
New Orleans Plaza, 37 New Orleans Road
Offering delicious and traditionally American dishes, Casey’s serves up fun every night of the week.
Monday through Friday Casey’s is open from 11:30 a.m. to 1 a.m. with different events every weeknight, including everyone’s favorite, happy hour! Cozy up to the bar and watch ladies sing live on Tuesday for Ladies night. Or stop by on Wednesday and Friday for some great live music and fabulous guest bartenders. If that isn’t your thing, there is trivia night on Thursdays from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. Weekends are perfect for Saturday night shenanigans with Casey’s classic bar food. Down a plate of loaded nachos with your friends, or pound back a quarter pounder cheeseburger. Wash it all down with an ice cold Bud and call it a great Saturday night.
For more information, call Casey’s at 843-785-2255 or go to www.caseyshhi.com.
95 Matthews Drive
Late night eating usually involves burgers, fries, cheese of some kind or another and, of course, alcohol. But Street Meet has a different take. Healthy and delicious food make up the main dish, served with a side of delicious. This late night American tavern has taken basic bar food and transformed it into our favorite non-guilty pleasure. Burgers, gyros, fries and fish, everything is made fresh to order from local ingredients. So if your group is ordering the grouper, it’ll be straight from the docks. Street Meet even has a Healthy Menu for those who are looking for vegetarian and gluten free options other than salad.
Even the drink specials are focused around staying local. All the bourbon and whiskey sitting on the liquor shelf is American brewed, as well as all the beers on tap and draft. One of the best things about Street Meet, though, is the fact that they are one of the only kitchens on the Island to stay open until 1 a.m. or later. They really stay open until people stop ordering. Street Meet is more than just your average, late night bar with its healthy take on food, delicious American brewed beer, and did we mention that it is a Browns bar? If you happen to follow the Cleveland Browns during football season, stop by Street Meet for some great comradery, win or lose.
For more information, call Street Meet at 843-842-2570 or go to www.streetmeethhi.com.
The Frosty Frog Cafe
Coligny Plaza, 1 North Forest Beach Drive #18
Frosty the frog originally lived in Erie, PA but soon grew tired of all the snow and ice. After saying goodbye he made it to Charlotte, NC where he shared his love of food and frozen daiquiris. But still, Frosty wasn’t happy. He wanted to be near the ocean. With one more leap, Frosty brought his frozen daiquiris, pizzas and burgers to Hilton Head. Serving up great cafe food from 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. seven days a week, the Frosty Frog Cafe became an instant Hilton Head classic. Pastel colors, surfboards and everything tropical line the walls as well as the patio. Frosty may be from Pennsylvania but he knows how to decorate and party like an Islander. With over 27 daiquiri flavors, the Frost Frog has the best frozen drink selection in town, perfect for a hot summer’s night out.
For more information, call Frosty Frog at 843-686-3764 or go to www.frostyfrog.com.
Reilley’s Grill and Bar
7 Greenwood Drive
A true Island classic, Reilley’s Grill and Bar has been on Hilton Head since 1982. For all 33 years, Reilley’s has been a family owned and operated Bostonian Pub complete with what can be considered the Island’s best patio. Convertible walls lock to create a beautiful outdoor space with the comfort of eating inside. Speaking of eating, Reilley’s is famous for their rich steak, seafood, pastas and sandwiches. From their award-winning bacon wrapped shrimp, to the espresso-rubbed rib eye with chipotle and butter the food is decadence at an affordable price tag.
Of course, to go with the delicious food there is a drink menu to match. Special “Irish” drinks like the Black and Gold, a play off of the classic Black and Tan line the menu. Enjoy your Irish coffee while listening to live music on the patio, or inside watching some of the best bartenders on the Island.
For more information, call Reilley’s at 843-842-4414 or go to www.reilleyshiltonhead.com.